|Hail to the Spirit of Liberty - Peerless Orchestra|
The Cylinder Archive [www.cylinder.de] release for January 2013: The Peerless Orchestra performs the well-known Sousa march on an Edison brown wax cylinder recorded in November 1900. John Philip Sousa had composed this march in the very same year, so this was a brand new issued song. The cylinder record itself is technically a pantographic copy, which was the usual way of record mass duplication before 1901/02.
Keywords: cylinder record; edison; phonograph; brown wax; 2-minute; sousa; john philip sousa; liberty; march; 1900
|He goes to Church on Sunday - Billy Murray|
Edison Gold Moulded #9612, recorded in April, 1907. A comic (but somewhere true) song from "The Orchid". Composed by: E. Ray Goetz / Vincent P. Bryan
Keywords: cylinder record; comic; early comedy
Downloads: 7,575 (4 reviews)
|Heimweh - Prof. D. Wormser|
The Cylinder Archive [www.cylinder.de] release for July 2011: A more unusual instrumental solo on a zither, performed by Prof. D. Wormser on an Edison Gold Moulded cylinder, recorded in September 1902. Heimweh (homesickness) was composed by Albert Jungmann. Wormser did record a small series for Edison and started in the brown wax era of the late 1890's.
Keywords: cylinder record; solo; zither; strings; instrumental
|Hungarian Rag - One-Step - Edison Military Band|
The Cylinder Archive [www.cylinder.de] release for for January 2007: The 'Hungarian Rag' was definitely a kind of a pre-echo to the upcoming new music style called 'Jass'.
Keywords: ragtime; dance; jass; early jazz; cylinder record
Downloads: 14,806 (5 reviews)